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Alison Walsh is a digital producer for National Geographic Channel and Nat Geo WILD. She's also a cat mother, history nerd, and fan of quiche.

Nat Geo WILD: Rehearsal Pictures

Are you watching?! The challenges that a show like this faces are huge and numerous, and the production team has been working tirelessly for three months, against all odds, to pull it off. Here are some pictures from the final moments leading up to the live event, including technical rehearsals, when the crew tests the…

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Know your sharks! Learn more about the tiger shark.

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For more about shark conservation, see: “Marshall Islands Declares World’s Largest Shark Sanctuary” “What the California Shark Fin Ban Means” “Pacific Island Nations Take Lead in Shark Conservation“

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(See also “Marshall Islands Declares World’s Largest Shark Sanctuary.”)

Nat Geo WILD: Your Shark Questions Answered #1

For more about the prehistoric megalodon, see “Ancient Giant Shark Had Strongest Bite Ever, Model Says.”

Nat Geo WILD: Only 30 Minutes to Go Until ‘Shark Attack’ LIVE!

Nat Geo WILD: ‘I Survived a Shark Attack’

By Becky Chapman, shark attack survivor August 19th, 2001. I was going to spend the day at the beach like any other Sunday. As I was leaving my house, my mother warned me of the three shark attacks at the surfing contest at New Smyrna Beach the day before. Thinking the odds of me being…

Nat Geo WILD: Documenting Wild Sharks at Dawn

By Vic Peddemors, scientific expert on Shark Attack Experiment: LIVE World-wide, the mantra for reducing potential shark attack is ‘don’t bathe at dawn and dusk’. But is this based on fact or fiction? The Shark Attack Experiment: Live program will provide a unique opportunity to test whether bathers and surfers are potentially more at risk…

Nat Geo WILD: Challenging ‘Sharkist’ Stereotypes

By Mark Addison, shark expert, logistics adviser and “human bait” on Shark Attack Experiment LIVE: This project has been a great opportunity for the team to investigate some often held misconceptions about sharks and shark attacks. In a year which has seen an increase in fatalities from shark bites it could not have come at…

Nat Geo WILD: ‘Shark Attack’ Q&A with Dr. Vic Peddemors

Dr. Vic Peddemors is one of the lead scientific experts on Shark Attack Experiment: LIVE. In the hectic days leading up to the live event, we had a chance to ask him a few quick questions about the project. Why is what we’re doing here with Shark Attack Experiment: LIVE so important? Vic: Because what…

Nat Geo WILD: From ‘Shark Attack’ Expert Ryan Johnson

From Ryan Johnson, marine biologist, shark expert, scientific adviser on Shark Attack Experiment LIVE: Like many people, my initial attraction towards sharks was driven by a combination of fear and fascination of a genuine man-eater. They were the atypical predators of the ocean, and like all kids growing up in the island nation of New…

Nat Geo WILD: We Need Your Shark Questions!

Shark experts Ryan Johnson, Mark Addison, Dr. Vic Peddemors, and Andy Casagrande are standing by to answer your deepest, darkest shark questions!

So what about sharks are you dying to know?

Post your questions to the comments section of this blog post!